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New transit campaign trolls the TTC hard

Toronto has a love-hate relationship with the TTC. We rely on it to travel around the city, but it often lets us down, hard. Thanks to delays, crowded subways and streetcars and boiling hot trains, many of us have lots to complain about.

Although nothing captures this transit-related angst as well as a new social media-driven campaign called So Efficient It Hurts by the advocacy group TTC Riders.

"Mayor John Tory wants help making the TTC more efficient. We're here to help," reads the So Efficient It Hurts Tumblr page. Until the TTC budget meeting on Sept. 28, TTCriders will release crowdsourced memes and videos. The TTC, of course, has been tasked with cutting part of its budget for 2017.

Here are some of the best suggestions for how to make the TTC more efficient.

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